CBI.ATTRACT. A programme and a scholarship to think about new relationships between technologies and people

Have you ever imagined putting creativity and skills at the service of people, exploring how cutting-edge technology can make a difference? Participate in the call for applications by 5 January 2024.

  • Date:

    16 OCTOBER 2023
    05 JANUARY 2024
     until 12:00
  • Event location: Online event

  • Type: Improving your skills

What it is

An open innovation programme that allows you to get a scholarship to be part of one of 5 multidisciplinary student teams, exclusively exploring an innovative technology from European research centres.

Together, you will bring to life new ideas for the development of society by looking at the real needs of people and the environment, according to the Sustainable Development Goals.

Who can participate

The opportunity is reserved for students of Master's degrees from the University of Bologna, the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia and the University of Ferrara.

How it works

The programme, which will run from February to June 2024, includes:

  • 375 hours of activities
  • 1 day per week in presence in Bologna at Almalabor
  • two trips covered by the costs of the grant (at CERN and the partner technology provider)
  • 50 hours of coaching

The course, which will be conducted in English, will enable you to:

  • develop the ability to identify really useful technological opportunities for people
  • empathise with people and their needs
  • devise new solutions based on innovative technologies

The benefits it offers

By participating in the programme you will be able to:

  • acquire CFUs (up to 15)
  • obtain a scholarship
  • have your qualification recognised as a higher education course

How to apply

You can apply, after reading the call for applications, on Studenti online by 5 January 2024 at 23.59

Want to know more?

For all information see the call for application.

Contact us if you need support: oper.space@unibo.it

 Programme promoted by the University of Bologna, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, University of Ferrara,

Almacube, in collaboration with IdeaSquare CERN, CERN open innovation laboratory in Geneva